Shannon Grisso

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    Saving Face saves Boise from summer blockbuster blues
      Saving Face, an official selection of this year's Sundance Film Festival making its Boise premiere at the Flicks this Friday, is the debut feature film from writer and director Alice Wu that follows the lives of a widowed mother and her daughter as both struggle to maintain a balance between living life the way their traditional culture dictates they should and being true to their own desires.
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    Two films forego cliches to capture genuine relationships
      On the surface, the motion pictures Cowboys & Angels and D.E.B.S. seem to have little in common. Cowboys & Angels, the 2003 feature debut by Irish filmmaker David Gleeson, is a small, low-budget coming-of-age film while D.E.B.S., written, directed and edited by Angela Robinson, is a flashy comedy with slick production styles.
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